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Koto Hydropower Project Near Completion
As another step towards clean and green energy, the 40.8MW Koto Hydropower Project in Timergara, Lower Dir has entered the final phase of its completion.
Thailand Imports more LNG in December
Thailand's December 2021 LNG imports rose on the month and on the year, likely as domestic gas production continued to fall.
South Korean, Malaysian Firms Sign H2, Ammonia Deal
South Korean firms Samsung Engineering, Lotte Chemical and Posco today signed an agreement with SEDC Energy, a subsidiary of state-owned Sarawak Economic Development
Oman Launches First Middle East Electricity Spot Market
Oman has formally launched an electricity spot market, the first in the Middle East, to increase the efficiency of power procurement, the state news agency said on Wednesday.
Offshore Wind Power
Ocean Winds, Aker Secure Korean 870MW Offshore Permit
Electric business licence key step to realising 'world's first' commercial scale floating wind farm
International Project Management Forum Reaffirms UAE's Endeavors to Become Carbon-Neutral by 2050
The United Arab Emirates has reaffirmed determination to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050 a the 7th Dubai International Project Management Forum, which opened today in Dubai.
S. Korea Remains Committed to Nuclear Phaseout Scheme: Energy Minister
South Korea remains committed to its policy of phasing out nuclear power plants as part of efforts to achieve carbon neutrality.
Explainer-Wall of ice at Fukushima’s Crippled Nuclear Plant
The operator of Japan’s crippled Fukushima nuclear power plant said this month that two storage tanks had leaked about four tonnes of coolant solution used to create an ice wall that prevented groundwater from seeping in.
LS Cable & System Completes Construction of Indonesian Power Cable Plant
LS Cable & System announced on Jan. 26 that the company has completed the construction of a power cable plant in Indonesia.
S Korea Election Offers Potential for Nuclear Change
South Korea's upcoming presidential election on 9 March opens up the possibility for a sharp change in the country's nuclear policy.
Offshore Wind Power
Asian Duo to Develop 1.2-GW Wind Project off the Philippines
The Blue Circle, a Singaporean developer and operator of renewable power plants, and Philippine-based CleanTech Global Renewables Inc have secured the right to develop a 1.2-GW offshore wind park in the Philippines.
Saudi Arabia’s Gas Production Hits Record-High
Saudi Arabia has grown its natural gas production by 30 percent in a decade to a record 11 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d) in 2020
Xi Stresses Solid Efforts for ‘Dual Carbon’ Goal
Top meeting reaffirms China’s climate commitment
Japan to Subsidize Oil Wholesalers for 1st Time to Curb Fuel Price
Japan's industry minister Koichi Hagiuda said Tuesday the government will implement for the first time its oil industry subsidy program, which is aimed at curbing petroleum fuel prices starting later this week following a recent surge in oil prices.
Japan’s Eneos to Close Wakayama Oil Refinery on Falling Demand
Japan’s Eneos Holdings Inc. will close one of its oil refineries next year due to falling domestic demand and the shift away from fossil fuels.
China Three Gorges Power to Invest $6.5bn in Offshore Wind Power
Vestas Named Most Sustainable Company in the World
Econergy Acquires 50MW UK Storage
Minister of Energy in Uganda Weighs in on Umeme Investments
TotalEnergies and Inpex Sell Shares in Mature Angolan Fields
PetroChina Becomes Top 2021 Singapore Bunker Supplier